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Taking Account
Season 3 · Episode 07
July 19, 2011 (2011-07-19)

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Taking Account is the 7th episode of Season 3 of the series and the 37th produced episode.


After a hacker emptied a whole lot of bank accounts, Neal and Sara take the action in their hand by trying to lure out the hacker to the disliking of Peter.


When an expert hacker drains a prominent New York bank, Neal assumes the criminal's identity in order to spend the pilfered fortune and draw him out of hiding. Mozzie finds himself in an unfamiliar situation when the hacker's former accomplice (Lena Headey) switches sides. Meanwhile, Sara temporarily moves in with Neal and discovers the surveillance camera footage of Neal and Mozzie's stolen treasure.

Act OneEdit

Neal and Sara are seen walking down the street to the bank. Sara asks Neal to turn around while she inputs her pin. He claims that no pin is really random and that he could guess the number. Disbelieving, she lets him input the numbers. He does, claiming many reasons for the random string of numbers. She accuses him of just reading the numbers in the screen's reflection, to which he admits. Laughing. she opens up her bank account. She immediately grows concerned and asks Neal if he did anything else while using the screen. When he says no and asks why, she says that her account is completely empty.

Act TwoEdit

The next scene shows the White Collar team in the office.

Act ThreeEdit



For full credits, see Season 3#Credits.

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